We’ll have more rain today, but it won’t be as consistent as Wednesday. Skies will be mostly cloudy in the morning and partly cloudy in the afternoon, with rain showers tapering off gradually throughout the day. High temperatures will once again stay on the cooler side.
Rainfall totals within the past 24 hours have been very impressive — for all locations! We’ve had over a half an inch of rain in Medford and 0.40″+ near Klamath Falls. Bruce wrote in 2 miles east of Brookings and reported over 3″ of rainfall in the past 24 hours.
The rain showers today will not be dropping much more measurable rain but it will certainly be wet out. Fog has developed along the coast and near Mt. Sexton and Siskiyou Summit as well. Another front is going to sweep through on Friday, bringing more rain again throughout the first half of the day at the coast.
A stray shower could travel inland Friday and clouds will still hang around, but most of the day is going to be dry across inland locations with temperatures trending slightly warmer than today.
We’ll bring in drier air for the weekend and more sun, as temperatures continue to climb. By next week, skies are mostly sunny and highs are climbing well above average. We’ll be in the low and mid 90’s across West Side Valleys and pushing 100 by Tuesday over Northern California!
Meteorologist Alyssa Caroprese